Special pricing available for seniors, military, educators, and students
A DPAA SIGNATURE EVENT
SARASATE Caprice Basque featuring Concertmaster Jessica Hung
BIZET “Je dis que rien ne m’épouvante” from Carmen featuring Ms. López-Hernández
BERNSTEIN “A Julia de Bourgos” from Songfest featuring Ms. López-Hernández
MINKUS A Square in Barcelona, Seguedilla, and L’Espada and Coda from Don Quixote featuring Dayton Ballet
BERNSTEIN Mambo from West Side Story
DE FALLA Ritual Fire Dance from El amor brujo
MASSENET Andalouse and Aragonaise from Le Cid featuring Dayton Ballet
SIERRA Sonatina, Imaginary Creatures, and We’ve Got Rhythm from Let’s Do a Symphony
PONCE Estrellita featuring Ms. López-Hernández
LARA Granada featuring Ms. López-Hernández
JUAN RAMO II El Hermoso Danubio Azul
NEAL GITTLEMAN conductor WEBSITE
ZULIMAR LÓPEZ-HERNÁNDEZ soprano WEBSITE
DAYTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
DAYTON BALLET: Margot Aknin, Claire Bergman, Isaac Jones, Evan Pitts
The DPAA’s New Year’s Eve celebration will be a feast for the senses. Prior to the concert, tasty appetizers and sweets will be available for purchase in the Wintergarden, and during intermission the audience can toast one another with flutes of champagne. The performance itself will feature all three facets of the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance—dancers from Dayton Ballet, vocalists from Dayton Opera, and the instrumentalists of the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra. And, as always, a splash of color ends the evening with a balloon drop at the finale.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve a bit early, with the festivities running from 8 pm to 10 pm.
Afterward, you’ll still have time for another party or to head home in time to watch the ball drop.
This event has become a Miami Valley favorite . . . reserve your seats early!